I opened my bator this morning to hand turn my eggs, and one of them tucked away right at the back has a spiderweb looking bash on each side, a crack the whole way round the shell, and a partial crack up to the pointy end of the shell. I have NO idea how this happened. I turned them last thing at night and I thought they were fine. I must have done it without noticing but I really don't understand how. D'oh! One of the bashes had a tiny little bit of blood in the cracked bit so I suppose that means the membrane has broken. I've sealed up all the cracks with candlewax and put it back in. I'll have to be VERY careful handling it now. Does anyone have any idea if this could still hatch? Please excuse all the dirty smudges, that's just soot from the candle!